Irene Leaves Flooding in Vermont

Monday, August 29, 2011

Skies darken in Springfield, Vermont, where the storm has caused flooding across the state. (Evan Nee)

Some parts of the country are recovering, other parts are still grappling with the consequences of Irene. And nowhere is the problem more acute than in Vermont, rivers are over-flowing some towns entirely covered by water. Governor Peter Shumlin says Vermont faces a full-blown flooding catastrophe. We get the latest from there from Mark Bosma, is spokesman for Vermont Emergency Management and Ross Sneyd, is News Editor for Vermont Public Radio.


Mark Bosma and Ross Sneyd

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